Summer at Lake Balaton (again!)

I’ve been back at my usual camping spot in the South of Lake Balaton, but the first few weeks were still a continuation of the rain I experienced in Budapest. Then, around early June, summer arrived properly, and I saw days of continued sunshine (upper 30’s) and fantastic evenings (early 20’s) – just right.

It reminded me this is really why I love being here – a fantastic setup right next to the lake with my office all set up and allowing for a great working environment whilst breaks during and at the end of the day can be enjoyed swimming, cycling, running or even just taking Olli for a long walk.

This year I got a raised “deck” in the form of pallets with chipboard over it to form the base of the side tent – this keeps it nice and dry (and the ground sheet clean) when heavy rains come, and as it turns out, provides for a great spot for our neighbourhood hedgehog to roam around under after he’s finished picking through Olli’s food bowl.

Here’s the setup with the tent – similar to last year.

The side tent uses air instead of metal poles
I get a spacious interior and with the mosquito nets it’s great for use at night

Whilst it’s been great to be back I have to admit I should move around a bit more in the summer months – I keep chatting to other campers who tell wonderful tales of the Croation coast, or places they’ve discovered in Romania, Poland or Greece and I’m jealous! So I think next year I’ll make it more of a touring trip and come back here for a few weeks only.

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